Spectral Theory of Schrodinger Operators
Papers from a December 2001 workshop present to a non-specialized audience the basic tools needed to understand and appreciate new trends of research on Schr dinger operator theory. Topics discused include various aspects of the spectral theory of differential operators, the theory of self-adjoint o
This volume gathers the articles based on a series of lectures from a workshop held at the Institute of Applied Mathematics of the National University of Mexico. The aim of the book is to present to a non-specialized audience the basic tools needed to understand and appreciate new trends of research on Schrodinger operator theory. Topics discussed include various aspects of the spectral theory of differential operators, the theory of self-adjoint operators, finite rank perturbations, spectral properties of random Schrodinger operators, and scattering theory for Schrodinger operators. The material is suitable for graduate students and research mathematicians interested in differential operators, in particular, spectral theory of Schrodinger operators.
Topics from spectral theory of differential operators; Spectral theory for self-adjoint extensions; Integrated density of states and Wegner estimates for random Schrodinger operators; Singular and supersingular perturbations: Hilbert space methods; Scattering and spectral properties of two surface models